13 December 2011

New Publications on Boat People, Domestic Violence Asylum Seekers, Iraqi Refugees, North Koreans, Stateless Rohingya

"From the Border to the Bench: The Barriers to Freedom for Victims of Domestic Violence Seeking Asylum in the United States and Why a Favorable Decision in the Case of R-A- Is Necessary but not Sufficient Protection for Future Claimants," St. Louis University Law Journal, vol. 55, no. 2 (Winter 2011) [full-text]

"Juridical Exceptionalism in Australia: Law, Nostalgia and the Exclusion of 'Others'," Griffith Law Review, vol. 20, no. 2 (2011) [full-text]

State of Exception: An Agambenian Perspective on the Detention of North Koreans in South Korea, Working Paper, no. 2 (Refugee Law Initiative, Dec. 2011) [text]

States of Denial: A Review of UNHCR's Response to the Protracted Situation of Stateless Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh, PDES/2011/13 (UNHCR, Dec. 2011) [text]

U.S. Withdraws Troops from Iraq, But Must Not Abandon Its Refugees (Human Rights First Blog, Dec. 2011) [text]

Tagged Publications.

1 comment:

Jeffrey Kirk said...

Thank you for providing the text for these journal articles! I was especially interested in the ones on refugees.

I help resettle refugees in my area of Wisconsin, so I have gotten very interested in any refugee news.

Thanks again!